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vi·sion·less

 (vĭzh′ən-lĭs)
adj.
1. Lacking the faculty of sight; blind.
2. Lacking intelligent foresight or imagination; uninspired: visionless bureaucrats.
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The bad news is, most people don't learn from the conning ways of visionless politicians.
Summary: New Delhi (India), July 9 (ANI): Opposition parties on Monday slammed the Narendra Modi government for its "rhetoric and visionless" announcements made in the Budget 2018-19 and accused it of failing to provide employment and address farmers concerns.
The frequent changes of cabinet ministers and portfolios along with visionless policies and strategies have eroded public trust from the famous notion of 'Naya Pakistan'.
ISLAMABAD -- LambasAting the government for increasing petroleum prices in quick succession and its 'visionless' economic policies, the opposition parties have expressed the fear that the country has entered an era of 'stagflation'.
The frequent changes of cabinet ministries and portfolios along with visionless policies and strategies have eroded public trust from the famous notion of 'Naya Pakistan'.
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In the present circumstances, it is the most obvious, the most sensible and right thing to do - any other outcome can only be the result of the same counter-productive and visionless stupidity that has brought us to this shameful state of affairs.
Visionless cunning leaders' revolutionary stunt at handling foreign policy brought Nepal to the status of a non-reliable partner for the nations, far or across the borders.
In pictures forwarded to Tribune Online by sources from the community, the youths were seen brandishing placards with inscriptions such as 'Freeborn Abraye is our hero,' Johnbull is no longer our chairman,' and Johnbull's visionless administration is over, he's no longer our chairman,' among others.
Our council was visionless, dysfunctional and broke, he reckoned, one solution to its bigness being to slash councillor numbers, giving them even more residents to deal with, and having them all elected in the same year.
To be a prophet demands not only a vision, but the commitment and courage to fix a "muddled," visionless world.
The referendum result was the product of years of weak, visionless and narrow-minded leadership.